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The Familiar of Zero ("Zero no Tsukaima") is a light novel series by Noboru Yamaguchi about an incorrigible tsundere.

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What's The OST Playing on The Familiar of Zero episode 30, starting at 18:09?

Does anyone know the OST being played at 18:09 on episode 30 of The Familiar of Zero? The episode has an old fashion dancing ball with magic dancing dolls as Saito is hiding from Louise. Thiers a harp ...
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Can someone tell me what this song from episode 38 of Zero no Tsukaima is?

I've looked through the soundtrack but I haven't been able to find this song. It plays in episode 38 "Louise of the Holy Ground" at 13:54.
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Who is this third character and what is her connection? [closed]

I have had this image for a while now I know the brown hair in the middle is supposed to be Taiga Aisaka from Toradora and the pink hair on the right is Louise de La Vallière from The Familiar of ...
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How Can so many weapons from Saito's world exist in Halkeginia?

Saito went to Halkeginia from a portal that appeared in front of him in normal world: At the time of the summoning, he had just picked up his laptop after attempting to get it repaired in Akihabara....
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What happened to the Ring of Andvari?

I just finished watching all four seasons of Zero no Tsukaima, I don't know if I missed something, but I couldn't find an answer to this question. After the battle at Lagdorian Lake (at episode 9, ...
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What is the purpose of the watermelon in the ritual at the beach?

In the Zero no Tsukaima: Princesses no Rondo beach vacation OVA, the girls are told to perform an offering ritual to the Spirit of Water, using a watermelon. The "ritual" later turns out to be some ...
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Why does Éléonore call Louise “Chibi-Louise”?

In Zero no Tsukaima, when Louise's older sister, Éléonore, is first seen, she shouts, "Louise! Chibi-Louise!" She calls Louise this many times, as pictured below. What does this expression mean, and ...